A presentation by David Warden, Chair of Dorset Humanists
Bertrand Russell was undoubtedly one of the greatest rationalists of the twentieth century. The grandson of a Prime Minister, he did pioneering work in mathematics and philosophy as well as campaigning for women’s suffrage and against war and nuclear weapons. He was twice imprisoned for his activities, and was married four times.
In this presentation, David Warden will explore Russell’s extraordinary life.
Join us for “a fascinating introduction to one of our greatest thinkers”
Free entry (donations appreciated). Everyone welcome!
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